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Mini Kitchen Tools That Are Just Too Cute to Ignore

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Mini Kitchen Tools bring me a sort of joy I cannot find anywhere else. They are adorable, take up barely any space in the kitchen, and cooks mini versions of almost any food. Slowly and gradually, I gathered a pretty decent collection of tiny yet functional tools. Anything that you can think of, I have a mini version of it. Tiny spoons for sugar? Have it! Mini donut pan? Check! Pan to cook only one perfectly round egg at a time? Yes! 

To my shock, and also my utmost delight, I discovered that I wasn’t the only one who loved these mini versions of kitchen tools. So, if you also share this passion, then keep on reading. I’m listing down my favorite mini kitchen tools!

The Best Mini Kitchen Tools Ever and Why I like them

1 Norpro’s Mini Donut Pan

  • Made from Stainless Steel which is known for its durability, anti-corrosive properties, and high tensile strength
  • Let’s you cook 12 mini donuts (2 inches in size) simultaneously
  • The non-sticking coating ensures perfect donuts each time. 

2 Dash’s Mini Maker Machine

  • Weighs only 1 pound, so it is portable and perfect for RV traveling
  • Non-stick surfaces evenly cook different foods like waffles, hash browns, paninis, and biscuit pizzas
  • Available in seven different colors

3 Cuisinart’s CSBP-200 Burger Press

  • The 4-in-1 burger press possesses a small slider ring, ¼ ring, and ½- ¾ ring. 
  • The non-stick coating of the unit makes it easier to clean
  • Makes the perfect restaurant styled sliders, and hence, I bestow it with the title of best burger press you can find in the market

4 Duxtop’s 1800W Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner

  • Has a standard outlet that is typically present in homes all over America
  • Compact and lightweight design which is easy to handle store as well
  • Features digital control panel which is uncomplicated to use

5 T-fal’s B1500 One Egg Fry Pan 

  • Dishwasher-safe unit which is constructed from aluminum
  • The non-stick interior ensures the food is cooked evenly
  • Makes the best egg patties for sandwiches (trust me, I have tried it)

6 Dash’s Mini Grill Maker

  • Uses only 350 watts of power
  • Cooking plates have a non-stick coating which cooks food perfectly and also makes it quick to clean
  • Features a light indicator on top which turns off when the food is cooked

7 Umite Chef’s Mini Rubber Spatula 14-piece Set

  • Contains everything; from a basting brush to an egg separator, it has it all
  • Each utensil is heat-resistant, non-stick, BPA-free, and lead-free
  • Available in three styles; all-black, all-grey, and multicolor set

How to cut Sushi rolls?

When I first started making sushi rolls at home, I often ended up completely destroying the rolls. I thought I mastered the art of rolling sushi when I could construct any type of sushi perfectly, but I was wrong. A new problem awaited -cutting the sushi. I often ended up squishing the tiny individual pieces, and they would look like a splattered burrito. Eventually, I did get the hang of it.

So, if you are struggling with the same problems, then keep on reading. After years of testing different sushi and cutting methods, I think I have found the perfect way to cut sushi rolls.

Cutting a typical sushi roll

  • Get a wet stone and sharpen your knives
  • Dip the knife in water and make sure that the drop of water travels down the entire length of the knife.
  • Hold the roll gently with your fingers
  • Cut the first individual slice 
  • Clean the knife
  • Repeat the process

Cutting an inside-out sushi roll

  • Get a cling film
  • Wrap it around the top of the roll
  • Dip the knife in the water
  • Gently hold the roll with fingers
  • Cut pieces quickly in fast moves
  • Remove the cling film 


Mini Kitchen tools are not only used because they are tiny and cute. These are also very useful if you live in a small apartment or are traveling in an RV. The only difference between a full-sized version and a tiny version is the size. Other than that, there isn’t any different. All appliances work on the same principles. 

If you want to recommend a mini kitchen tool that I can buy, then comment down below! I would love to read through your suggestions and recommendations! Hope you found the small how-to topic useful! Make sure to send in pictures of your sushi if you followed my way. Also, check out to find the best cooking utensils and kitchen tips!